A massive fire destroyed the office building at a family-owned greenhouse southeast of Grand Haven early Sunday.
Repair to a broken sewer line that caused a massive sinkhole north of Detroit are estimated at more than $78 million.
If you’re looking for love, you may want to leave Michigan and head south.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention expects the nationwide spike in mumps cases to continue into next month.
Dozens of new judges, recently elected or appointed to the bench, are being schooled on the finer points of being a jurist.
With fewer employees to handle uptick in business, Ruth Johnson is rapping with a kangaroo to encourage residents to visit ExpressSOS.com.
Three members of an Oceana County family will serve time for swindling the federal government out of hundreds of thousands of dollars.
A former University of Michigan football player whose drug and alcohol rehab center was shut down in August has sued the city of Detroit.
Michigan’s health department is warning that influenza cases are on the rise.
Continued economic growth will ease the ability of Gov. Rick Snyder and lawmakers to enact a new state spending plan.
Ford is adding more than 816,000 vehicles in North America to the growing Takata air bag inflator recall.
A Detroit school board with the power to direct Michigan’s largest school system has been seated for the first time in seven years.
While the trees are native to the western United States, there are three giant sequoias at the Lake Bluff Bird Sanctuary in Manistee.
Michigan has a new law that gives landlords the authority to ban tenants from growing or smoking medical marijuana.
Michigan State Police are celebrating their centennial anniversary by bringing back a classic look to some of their cruisers.